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For a science of experience like physics the old distinction of subject and independent reality has to be given up. Read more:

Today I read a third article on the occasion of the 100th birthday of Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker and it also contained again thoughts about quantum mechanics and I therefore bring an excerpt of it:

 

My second perspective concerns the philosophical consequences of quantum theory. No philosophy but a mathematical theory with exact terms forces us to acknowledge that for a science of experience like physics the old distinction of subject and independent reality has to be given up.

Experience means to learn from the past for the future. It requires a certain understanding of time. Quantum theory supplies exact statements about facts in the past and to the probabilities of the beginning of a future event. Yes, it is about possibilities. The future is open and not determined. Which possibilities can be “realized” depends on our physical experiments; in philosophical generalization of our acting! What a challenge and chance for personal responsibility!

Weizsäcker thought further and asked: No-one doubts the universal validity of quantum theory and up to now not one single experiment refutes this science of experience. What would be when the theory would formulate quite generally the conditions of the possibility of experience within the meaning of Kant, who still started from Newton’s mechanics?

Weizsäcker had a brilliant thought: He postulated “ures” – “objects”, which have one single quality, namely to answer Yes or No to our questions. Today one speaks of quantum bits. From this the entire physics could be built up with the mathematical apparatus of quantum theory. For Weizsäcker it forms the hard nucleus of natural science. Consequently with that all our experience sciences like chemistry or biology, actually all complex systems of which we believe to be able to describe them in abstract language, are based on a logical decidable alternative.

Only with the measuring prescription certain quantities from the theory are adjoined to the “natural objects” of physics known to us. Example: The test arrangement of quantum physicists decides on whether particle or wave character of matter is proved. Mathematics lacks such semantics, that is why it is a spiritual science.

We hang in the language says Nils Bohr. The thinking building determines which meaning which idea gets. Out of this, solid consequences result. Weizsäcker friend, the religion philosopher Georg Picht, formulates: We act wrongly because we think wrong. This different thinking would for instance force us to think about the absurdity of the conflict of different science branches at universities or to question the financing of particle accelerators for nuclear physicists costing billions.

On the 28th of June 2012 the pioneer of such thoughts would have become 100 years old. Perhaps a second century has to pass before we understand them.

 

So that was an excerpt from the article I read today.

Now still some thoughts to this.

At the end of the article the following is added: “The author is physicist and Africa commissioner of the chancellor in the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.”

So the article was written by a physicist. And this physicist is an adviser to Mrs Merkel. And Mrs Merkel is a physicist.

In the article it is mentioned that its writer knew Mr von Weizsäcker, and that was from his visits in Halle and Leipzig in the 1980th. So the writer lived in the communist part of Germany at that time. And he talked to the great physicist from the West. Weizsäcker did his doctorate in Leipzig.

And Mrs Merkel lived at that time also in the communist part of Germany and also she was physicist. May be they got to know each other there. And now they still work together. And the writer is of the opinion: “We act wrongly because we think wrong. This different thinking would for instance force us to question the financing of particle accelerators for nuclear physicists costing billions.”

He therefore thinks one should question Cern and there one can also assume that Mrs Merkel has similar thoughts. Perhaps she knows exactly what happens at Cern and just waits for the right opportunity to also start there with austerity. Also the Fukushima decision she made as physicist and now the occasion could soon arise, to make a Cern decision.

It is well known that Angela Merkel keeps closest contacts with other other scientists. There is for instance Joachim Sauer, a prophessor of quantum biology - her husband.

Now I would recommend to read the above quote again and read it slowly because there we have something coming from a physicist, a physicist who is also a politician and an ally of Angela Merkel and he expresses that what is expressed on this website again and again, that our physicists are on the wrong road, that they act wrongly because they think wrong. He very nicely explains this schizophrenic behaviour of scientists.

 

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